It's no secret that most college students don't give themselves enough time in the morning to make and eat breakfast. However, if their schedule is anything like mine, I eat breakfast at around 9 am and most likely won't eat lunch until around 2 p.m. I will post more gluten free breakfast ideas as they come along, but if you're interested in seeing what I am currently eating for breakfast as a college celiac then keep on reading!
If you're headed to Oahu, Hawaii soon: first off I'm jealous, second, if you're on a gluten free diet I've got you covered. Keep on reading to see my gluten free recommendations in Oahu, and those I don't recommend as well!
I'll be honest with you, the first time I came home from college after being diagnosed with Celiac disease was almost as overwhelming as being diagnosed in the first place. I was still upset about being diagnosed with Celiac, so having to constantly talk about it was very hard. I had already gotten in to a routine at college where we didn't talk about it and acted like I was just ordering a normal meal, and it was the exact opposite when I got home. The phrase "If I had a penny for every time someone said the word gluten during my time home I'd be rich" is 100% true. My best advice is to train your mind to think positively about Celiac, and it won't be bad to talk about. Now that you understand how much it was being talked about, let's get on in to the tips: